Manganese deficiency in Chlamydomonas results in loss of photosystem II and MnSOD function, sensitivity to peroxides, and secondary phosphorus and iron deficiency.

@article{Allen2006ManganeseDI,
  title={Manganese deficiency in Chlamydomonas results in loss of photosystem II and MnSOD function, sensitivity to peroxides, and secondary phosphorus and iron deficiency.},
  author={Michael D. Allen and Janette Kropat and Stephen Tottey and Jos{\'e} A. del Campo and Sabeeha S. Merchant},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={143 1},
  pages={
          263-77
        }
}
For photoheterotrophic growth, a Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cell requires at least 1.7 x 10(7) manganese ions in the medium. At lower manganese ion concentrations (typically <0.5 microm), cells divide more slowly, accumulate less chlorophyll, and the culture reaches stationary phase at lower cell density. Below 0.1 microm supplemental manganese ion in the medium, the cells are photosynthetically defective. This is accompanied by decreased abundance of D1, which binds the Mn(4)Ca cluster, and… CONTINUE READING

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